John Terry, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Ashley Cole are on a shortlist of players for the new Premier League Hall of Fame, and you can help those four Chelsea greats be inducted!
The Hall of Fame recognises and celebrates the exceptional skill and talent of individuals who have graced the Premier League since its inception in 1992. It is the highest individual honour awarded to players by the league.
In a similar fashion to Premier League monthly and season awards, the public vote will be combined with those of a panel to determine who enters the Hall of Fame. The vote will be open until 6pm on Sunday 9 May, after which the six inductees will be announced.
The four former Blues nominated made over 1400 Premier League appearances between them in Chelsea blue, none more than Terry’s 492 games. Our long-time skipper won the competition five times and scored 41 goals.
Lampard notched an astonishing 147 goals from midfield for Chelsea on his way to three league triumphs. In his Premier League career as a whole, Lampard ranks third for appearances, fifth for goals scored and fourth for assists.
Drogba arrived from Marseille in France and immediately fired us to back-to-back titles. He won two more during his two spells at Stamford Bridge, scoring 104 goals in 254 Premier League games. He also won the Golden Boot twice, in 2006/07 and 2009/10.
Cole had already won two titles when he arrived in west London and added another to his collection in 2009/10. In all he made 229 league appearances for Chelsea and is widely regarded as the best left-back to have played in the competition.
There is no doubt they are all worthy of a place in the Premier League Hall of Fame, so help them by VOTING HERE!